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Candidates queue up to run for Marin Municipal Water board

There are 23 comments on the Marin Independent Journal story from Aug 3, 2010, titled Candidates queue up to run for Marin Municipal Water board. In it, Marin Independent Journal reports that:

Six people have taken out papers or filed to run for one of the four seats on the Marin Municipal Water District board that are in play for the Nov.

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James C

Mill Valley, CA

#22 Aug 4, 2010
Spider wrote:
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More fiction. Fact is, the water quality of our Bay is a known (pollution is actually worse now than 30 years ago). It is riddled with superfund sites and includes everything from DDT to pharmaceuticals both in the fish and the water. It also contains our cities run off and a lot of sewage overflow each and every winter.
You can obviously play with your childish sit and spin, but I must say James C, that it is a rather off putting sight to behold so please put it to rest.
Well, Spider, since you have no data or documents to back up your allegations, they seem to be pretty baseless. If you read the SFEI monitoring data, you will find that there is no DDT in Bay water. Pharmaceuticals are nonexistent, as well. And mercury can only be found in fish and not int he water column. This comports with the monitoring data from MMWD's desalination EIR, as well as the data from the Bay Institute, and that of fisheries and wastewater agencies, who also do Bay water quality monitoring. So, you need to give yourself a rest, pal - your spin is getting tiresome.

San Rafael, CA

#23 Aug 4, 2010
James C wrote:
Well, Spider, since you have no data or documents....
You are literally chock full of fiction and apparently a bit illiterate as this very thread has links to documents and data.

By the way, I am mildly amused by how you point to the tobacco industries findings on carcinogens but it is a rather pathetic stunt.

It's like listening to Montgomery Burns talk about how nutritious and delicious the fish caught beside his nuclear plant are.

San Rafael, CA

#24 Aug 4, 2010
The "developer" community is desperate.
Their way of life is disappearing with the cheap credit, constant expansion and the willingness of people to debauch their environment for the profits of others and their hirelings in the trades.
Desalination is their last gasp. Without it, there is simply not enough water for constant growth.

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